I knew I would be in for a heck of a morning when I log on to Facebook to find a link posted on my wall by Civil War author and historian J. David Petruzzi. Atop the link to a video, he wrote, “Oh goodie! The History Channel is getting a run for its money. My head is starting to hurt all over again. Someone please help.” Yes, that is the word to use: help! As if the Gettysburg documentary that aired as a part of Ridley and Tony Scott’s production for the History Channel back in May was not enough to ruin Civil War history by making up facts as they went along, and using the most tragic war in American history as nothing more than a vehicle to show blood-bursting special effects, now its time for the Discovery Channel to jump on the bandwagon with Fields of Valor, a four-part series which is supposedly going to be so amazing, they are burying it on one of their sister networks, a 3D channel called 3Net. I have over 800 channels with my cable provider and I do not have this network (nor do I have a gimmicky 3D television, so I am going by the trailer here). The series will premiere on December 3 at 9pm, which is very disappointing to me, because children may still be awake and accidentally stumble upon it.